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that the abolitionists used and we were having a conference in the fall. we were writing a book i think in which we were going to try to make public and marshall the kind of religious resources that might prove to be useful in helping to cultivate a mass movement against mass incarceration akin to the kind of mass movement that we had going on 200 years ago against slavery. .. >> thank you. it is a pleasure to be back. ladies and gentlemen, also my lovely wife, a delighted to be here. "mayday" is a form of french for help me. when the aviator's declare an emergency and request help. is it chose this as the title for the book which is a subject of this afternoon's event because our seapower is in trouble. the last official statement of u.s. maritime strategy was published six years ago with the acknowledgement of usc powers traditional role as hater nuclear and conventional deterrence projecting power a and responding to of crisis and a 2007 strategy emphasizes cooperation with other navies in humanitarian missions. these documents help to prevent wars and policy that is inconsistent with the policy of t
&p is down 2%. show us the interest-rate sensitive group for the month. the s&p down 2%. 8% decline in reits, 5.5% in utilities, 4% in telecom. that's where the damage is. when is somebody going to say bonds are starting to look attractive? here's the lqd. it's down 10% in the last month. this is the biggest corporate bond etf out there. today, the yield is 4% on this. 4%. now, i'm sure there's corporate bonds individually yielding 5% with durations not too far out there. it's starting to look attractive. that's at least my opinion. i'm waiting for somebody else to start saying that. i think bonds are poised to do well after the september 17th fed meeting. a lot of people seem to feel that way. if bonds are being sold, here's a question people are asking, if bonds are being sold and stocks are being sold in the united states, where's the money going? a lot of people have been putting money into europe in the last couple of months, but look, europe is starting to look topee. it topped out in the middle of last week. the big question here is, where is the excess money going to be going, and a
to with stand any future crises. citing tests that were used to determine a bank's health. liz: jpmorgan's stock taking a hit on new concerns about scrutiny from regulators. they could face 6.8 billion in legal losses above existing reserves. charlie gasparino is reporting they're creating a moat. ashley: is that right? billionaire carl icahn increased his stake in energy producer, chesapeake energy. he owns just shy of 10% of the stock according to regulatory filing. liz: the firm upgrading the stock to overweight saying that the retailer should see growth in the mid-teens in the future. ashley: investors keeping close eye on egypt as the violence showing no signs of ending. government killing 25 -- killing of defend five egyptian police officers near the border with sinai near israel. liz: order for 60 new fighter jets. who is ordering? south korea. sources say the u.s. aerospace giant undercut rivals in the bidding war. "after the bell" starts right now. ashley: let's get right to today's action. jason pried from -- pride from glenmede sees the market grinding higher and he has three ways to
know, we rely basically on physician groups to tell us how many hours it takes to give various services. but there was a washington post or new york times article, i forgot which -- i think it was a washington post -- that showed that for certain specialties the doctor would have had to work over 24 hours a day to equal the number of hours that they had, were charged with. so we've got to get a better handle. and the people who are being disadvantaged under the current system are primary care. and that's what we have to fix. and you're exactly right. if we're going to get the right mix, the right work force mix, then we have to have the right reimburse bement structure. and a lot of that means let's replace the sgr which was not part of the affordable care act. it's a separate issue that we clearly have to deal with. i'm going to ask a question, if i might, jay, and that is -- [inaudible conversations] [laughter] >> those of you that have to sort of figure out in advising people how to enroll in the exchanges, i don't know if you've had a chance yet to take a look at the type of plans t
and not just right now. and that really has a lot of meaning to us. and we have great sympathy for the fact that this is an enormously complicated process that they're, that they are going through. what we have asked of the fcc commissioners is more traction parent si -- transparency, more engagement. it might be conventional wisdom that if broadcasters want to stop this -- actually, i think it's in our interests to accelerate this to the degree possible while still getting it right. because this has enormous consequence to the nation that there is a dedicated and healthy broadcast band dedicated to broadcasting if we're serious about preserving video on a large scale that is free and that is local. these things are hugely important to people. in the information age, people still care about gathering around their big screens and watching sporting events or getting emergency information or staying up with the news. it comes there broadcasting in a very significant way. so we, we gave up a lott of spectrum -- a lot of spectrum when we went from analog to digital. we're being asked for more. b
forces used tear gas, some died of suffocation in a van. members say they may have been killed intentionally. >>> violence has been unfolding in part of egypt that has a history of unrest. an armed group ambushed police officers in the sinai peninsula and killed 24. it happened in the town of rafah. islamist militants are believed to be behind the attack. the recent wave of violence started last wednesday after security forces moved in to clear two protest camps in cairo. muslim brotherhood leaders have called for their supporters to continue nationwide protests on monday. >>> united nations inspectors are getting ready to get down to work in syria. they're there to investigate the possible use of chemical weapons. government and opposition forces have accused each other of using such weapons in their civil war. the inspectors are scheduled to visit three locations over the next two weeks, members of the government bashar al assad say they'll cooperate, but the investigators still face challenges in their work. several months have passed since chemical weapons were reported to
>> we are standing inside a two- --ry log cap and from 1856 cap and from 1846. to let us know that she does that like it one bit. she found it crude and homely. make the best of it. she would want to be the masters of her own home. she just but he could have built something as nice as whitehaven and was perturbed that her father had talked grand log structure. she would have had fine china. comfortable chairs. a broad table. at this point she would have had had by people eating in his dining room. is that thistant represents the very first home together. she will gain a great deal of confidence as a wife and mother and it starts here. >> this week, the encore presentation of "first ladies," influence and image. this week, julia grant through caroline harrison. we can night all this week at 9:00 p.m. eastern. weeknights all this week at 9:00 p.m. eastern. >> on friday, amy klobuchar spoke to constituents. she's the first democratic 2016ul to visit iowa 48 presidential campaign. this is about 45 minutes. [applause] that is some big shoes to follow. the party respects women acros
on a vacation for two weeks. you leave us in the summer and then you get a cold. >> because when you sweat and play tennis every day and sweat, it's 100 degrees, and then you go into air conditioning. that's what -- >> the air conditioning did it? >> yeah, and i need a vacation from my vacation. there was paddleboarding. >> which is hard. it's hard on the stomach, right? >> maybe that's why i couldn't do it. you need a core. i fell left, i fell right. i fell center. i fell backwards. i lost sunglasses that i had for 15 years. but i got some really great new ones which are 580 lenses. they're incredible. you have to see them. but my wife had given me these. that was bad. they are in davey jones locker. nice work with the markets, andrew. >> down two weeks in a row. >> two weeks? >> was there a single up day? >> i thought there were two up days. >> i looked. might have been two up days. >> you cannot hold me responsible for what happened. >> did you turn bullish or something? have you been saying bullish stuff for the past two weeks? >> that would give people a clue. >> cisco, walmart. >> al
, regulations running rampant. president obama using regulations as the strong arm for is a ministration. the amount of regulatory rules finalized in his first term lag behind that of president george w. bush's first term with nearly 12% fewer rules. president obama's rahman comes with a heavy price tag. 186 of his roles finalize his first term were deemed economically significant. that means that each rules annual economic impact is more than $100 million. the cost which blows the '81 economically significant roles in of the water. with more on this, editorial board member of the wall street journal. thank you for being with this. the count the shows the presence of oz first term had fewer regulations. it's askew. there are time coming up that just aren't quite final. >> that's exactly right. those to make a loss to the amount of regulatory burden, you're talking about thousands or perhaps even tens of thousands of new pages of regulations. those are the big when it comes to new regulations, let's not forget, the climate change agenda, the apa. this is the fact that will be defined not
. we do think the u.s. will be in a bit of a holding pattern due to upcoming taper. but on a relative valuation basis, we do like europe a little bit better as that area seems to be turning around, and we really like emerging markets due to the deep valuation discount. >> it's interesting you say that, because the money has been flowing consistently out of emerging markets, because the growth levels certainly reversed course there. you think that's going to come back soon? >> yeah, we do. they still have relatively speaking much higher growth than the u.s. look, if you expect a little bit of recovery in the u.s. and europe, that's going to help emerging markets quite a bit. >> all right. let me ask you the same question, jim lacamp, in terms of emerging markets versus u.s., where are you? >> i don't like the emerging markets at all right now. they're suffering from the currency wars. so if you believe, as i do, that japan is going to keep printing money, the united states is going to keep printing money, and europe steps it back up once the german election is over, then those emerging
in the syrian capital to investigate claims and counterclaims of the weapons use. and an anti-gay rights law is center stage in moscow as the world athletic championships wrap up. they sate entire issue has been invented by the western media. those are the top stories. i'm tom and thank you very much for joining us. we begin in the egyptian capital, where there are signs that things are slowly returning to normal. shops and banks re-opened for the first time since wednesday and traffic is flowing once again. supporters of the ousted president, mohammed morsi, went ahead with some of the planned marches today but cancelled others citing security threats. the security chief gave a television statement earlier on today. "france 24"'s correspondent tell us more bit. >> paying tribute to the man currently in charge of egypt, the army's most prominent members gathered in cairo for a much anticipated speech. they have come under intense criticism following the violent crackdown on supporters of the ousted president, mohammed morsi. now is the chance for the head of the egyptian army to clarify some
morning long. red flag warnings, mike is keeping track of that. >>> and leyla joins us with a check on the traffic. >> reporter: all right. we don't have any crashes to speak of, so that's the good news. hopefully, we won't have any car fires because of the dry conditions. what we do have, though, good morning, everyone, construction in the east bay, traveling along in the eastbound direction on 580 between north slim road and greenville. you will be seeing crews out there working on drainage, and that is causing a little bit of a bottleneck, as you can see slowing building in the eastbound direction. westbound direction nice and clear. we are at top speeds as you make it out of tracey and into dublin, and as you continue into castro valley. so not a problem there. going outside live to look at this, the bay bridge toll plaza, where i saw a few cars loading up in the cash-paying lane, as you can see on the right-hand side of the screen. the rest of the drive is moving along fine. we'll have a few lanes blocked westbound until 5:00 at the cantilever section till the end of the tunnel
. >> there are some folks who want to tackle by us. bias, so what advice would you give? >> tackling universities is a big challenge, and one thing we have to do is acknowledge there createblems and try to alternatives. bookt them educated in clubs. tohink it is important provide and foster the outrnatives, so those reach and invite them to your meetings and get engaged with them and front.t they do on that i think that is important. have mitch daniels, the head of perdue university. i am excited to see if he can turn that to a market leader for ideas and for changing tings at universities across the country. of indianahairman here? why don't you tell the group what the governor did today. >> yesterday was my first day as state chairman. i served in the last 14 and a , first as state treasurer and then as state today they named an african-american council member from indiana as my replacement as a new state auditor. the governor made that announcement in the statehouse. >> scott, and then we are going to open it up to questions and comments. you know we want to get involved at a community level.
. going after journalists families is going too far and he says he won't be intimidated. tell us more about b what happened and why british authorities are saying they detained his partner. >> reporter: he was in berlin. he was saying with another documentary filmmaker who has met snowden before. she was part of that original leak that came out about the nsa. he was then transitting london heathrow airport. they did not release him until 5:00 in the evening. when you consider that 97% of the cases of people being stopped under this terrorism act are released within less than an hour, it goes to show what an unusual case this is. he was kept for the fall nine hours. only 1 in 2,000 cases does that happen to. people are asking why was that the case? it's outraged brazilian diplomats and they're saying this was an abuse of law. his dvds, phone and lap top was taken. the only questions asked was about edward snowden and the leaks. >> you're pulling in journalists spouses or partners and family members that says a lot about freedom of speech, press and expression. >> reporter: exactly. thi
is the president that the current military government of egypt may use access to the suez canal as a bargaining tool? >> i have not seen that prospect raised. suffice to say we value the working relationship we have with the egyptians, a relationship that goes back decades, the we have been concerned by some of the steps taken by the interim government to not follow through their commitment to transition back to a democratically elected civilian government. we have made those concerns pretty clear not just of them in private conversations, but to all of you in public announcements of the president and other senior administration officials. >> how much support does the president intend to receive from nato allies and regional allies as he moves to perhaps other initiatives? >> related to egypt? what i would say is that obviously these other countries will be making a determination on their own about their own national security interests. because you are talking about allies, it is reasonable to assume those interests will largely overlap. we have been and will be consulting with allies as they c
and use less space how about the fastest electric car you've ever seen? this is mumbai, the bustling commercial capital of india. it is fast growing and a symbol of the country's economic success. but it has a problem, or rather, about 1.8 million problems. that is how many cars and vehicles are on the road here. there is not enough to go around. that is one of the most congested cities in the world. >> they tried other solutions, including public transport. but it is behind schedule, over budget, and not nearly finished. and the monorail, also behind schedule and over budget and not nearly finished. this was meant to take them from a close down to the city. but it was never finished. it just stopped. the problem with projects like these is that they take time and money to build. meanwhile, the city keeps growing staff today. with is an enormous task the traffic and the population that we have every day. >> what is it like to brave the traffic in a city like this? i went for a ride with a journalist. daily basis it is like hopscotch in in a mine field, really. everyone seems to use t
. it covers wall street and the nation's largest banks. john harwood joins us from the white house with details on who attended today's meeting, and why it was necessary. john? >> tyler, it was financial regulators from all across the government, including the federal reserve, cftc, fec, comptroller of the currency. the president wanted to sell his economic agenda, only about 40% of the regulations, putting in place the dodd/frank financial regulation reform have been enacted or completed by the regulators. this was a pep rally to try to get them to finish that job. i caught up after the meeting with mary jo white, the chair of the fcc. here is her assessment of this conference. results of the meeting? >> very productive meeting, talking about status and progress under dodd/frank and keep going. >> reporter: what's the most important thing you still have to do? >> we have a number of important things left to do. obviously the volcker rule stands up. >> reporter: this is one part of the president's economic agenda this week. later this week he'll go on the road and press his case fo
amid signs of a gathering economic recovery in the u.s. could a spike in yields upset the fed's tapering planning. we discuss the fed and fixed income plan at 1100 cet. >>> and the department of justice has takin the wind from under the wings of a proposed merger between usairways and american airlines. can the deal still proceed for takeoff? we'll take a bird's-eye view at 11:30 cet. if you have questions for anyone on the show, please do e-mail in your questions or comments to worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> let's get back to one of our top stories this morning. german chancellor angela merkel says the election will be a very close call as she made it clear she would not be complacent, despite her christian democrats increasing their lead over rival sbd in the polls. annetta, angela merkel so far in this election campaign has been very constrained in her wording. are the gloves finally coming off? is the tone getting more aggressive on her side as well? >> reporter: not really. i mean, she doesn't even take mr. steinbrech's name in her mouth and wouldn't spell out the expression gra
. as president obama faces calls for the u.s. to do more and possibly cut off aid to a one-time ally. >>> plus with still 800 days till the iowa caucuses, are they positioning too early? we'll talk about that. >>> and a deep dive today. back nearly 30 years ago to the republican convention that cemented reagan's legacy and what today's gop can learn from it. good morning from washington. it's monday, august 19, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads the morning. egyptian officials say at least 24 policeman were killed in an ambush-style attack near raffa on the gaza border. according to egyptian security force, armed men stoppeded two buses carrying off-duty police, forced the passengers to get out, before shooting them execution-style. more than 900 people are reported to have been killed since wednesday when the interim egyptian government began a bloody crackdown on supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi. on sunday, the egyptian government confirmed security forces had killed 36 islamists while they were being transferred to a prison north
. >> join us tomorrow. great to see you. "squawk on the street" begins now. >>> good monday morning. hope it was a good weekend. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer, good to see you. david faber is off. futures wobbly here, after the worst week for the year for the dow last week. news headed our way this week, including fed minutes, jackson hole, retail earning. ten-year yield looming large around 2.85 after hitting 2.86 intraday friday. road map begins with markets looking for a fresh start after ugly trading days last week. yields are rising as debate over who will be the next fed chair picks up steam. >>> sax seeing more markdowns for women's shoes, handbags and menswear but it's not bad news for the consumer companies. jpmorgan upgrading dollar general. entell upgrade over at piper saying pcs are not down for the count yet. >>> futures, as we said, slightly lower after the major indices posted the first back-to-back weekly losses in june. worst week for the dow this year, all going on amid encertaine encertainen certa uncertainty of the fed mens and
. lori: hank you for joining us. appreciate your analysis. dennis: jpmorgan is the biggest loser on the dow at the moment. "new york times" reporting that the bank hired the sun of a former chinese regulator. they asked why they even care. they hope to raise it up to $100 million. greenbacks looking to take advantage of that. today, the final day for organizations to file objections to detroit's bankruptcy filings. they must find that the city is insolvent and has negotiated in good place with creditors. if detroit is deemed eligible, it will be the biggest case in u.s. history. lori: in the meantime, president obama getting back to business. meeting with financial regulators about implementing dodd-frank peter barnes has the very latest. peter: that is just one of the latest things he has on his plate. very busy with things like egypt and syria. the president would like to keep the focus on jobs and the economy. foreign-policy issues may not let him do that. he goes on a two were later this week. congress is out on its regular august recess. he has a megaphone right now and he n
's schedule this week. deputyjoined by the white house editor for politico. start us off with this bus to or in -- this bus tour. educationis on higher issues but he will be talking about other issues as well? republicans are coming up now very quickly. this particular spring is going to be focused on colleges. he's going to take care of upstate new york. he is going to be stopping in president biden -- in vice president biden's hometown on friday. host: he has made a few other proposals already, including one on corporate tax reform for stimulus dollars. where has that gagne go where have some of these proposals see, thist: as you tourist taken him across the country. -- this two were is taken him across the country. proposal will take the form of executive actions that the president can take on his own without congressional approval. other proposals that he is running by congress -- we are not expecting any particular action from this congress. this covers the full spectrum of the economic agenda, including healthcare spending, student loans, home costs. and all of the different arra
. when someone uses the word "bust" in a conversation, what are they talking about? >> they're talking about their bust line, a woman's bust line. >> good answer! good answer! steve: a woman's bust line! [bell] [applause and cheering] [laughing] steve: i'm--i'm sorry. [laughing] shea, you're the salesman, right? >> yes, sir. steve: all right, let's go. when someone uses the word "bust" in a conversation, what are they talking about? >> they're talking about, um-- a team that lost. >> good answer! steve: a team that lost! [bell] [cheering and applause] cathy, the um--pre-op nurse, very helpful lady, when someone uses the word "bust" in a conversation, what are they talking about? >> um--they're talking about a ceramic, um--make of someone's head. an artist. [applause] steve: a ceramic make of someone's head! [bell ring] [cheering and applause] billy! hit it! >> 33 years! [all laughing] steve: all right, billhey,n someon uses the word "bust" in a conversation, what are they talking about? >> something that breaks. steve: something that breaks! >> that's a good answer! [bell] [cheering an
that could mean for the united states. thank you, dr. khan. a comprehensive and useful picture of what is going on. to thegoing to turn director of emergency preparedness for louisiana public health. the center ofat coordinating agencies that are disasters of various types. she has a background in health administration. during theund katrina days, and she has been with the department for over 20 years. we are pleased to have you with us today. >> can you hear me? good afternoon. i i was one of the last panelist picked up. my strength is operations. usually i am never at a loss for words. could tell me the problem is katrina. recently tropical storm isaac last year, so so many concerns we have, if you said, how are we going to evacuate half of our coast line in 38 hours. i know who to go to. i know how long it is going to take. how many states can be evacuated or not? how many will be federal assistance? i can tell you. all of a sudden i find myself not coming up with words or , andus about what to say we are asking for your help to advocate because of the things i know, because of oper
to be playing with another team but what if it is other team had 13 or fourteen people. we have to see the u.s. as a team are the other countries and we're limiting the team on the field and if canada is allowing their team to to compete against us. to not allow the 49ers to come to the game is not making sense. you want to have the largest team i can in order to beat the competition and so i have this commercial in their head. all those comments immigrants are lazy and taking our jobs. imagine the same comments have been made as each immigration wave like the italians and now the mexicans but somehow they've contributed to society and we're growing because when you take a diversity of ideas they don't take your jobs. somebody said that the way we have today, the system we have a help wanted sign on one side and on the other side we have a bored with guns. >> let me build on that then because again, the vote in the senate is happening we believe it's going to be successful. the real battle is in the house. so let's talk about the battle in the house. without naming names a group of 80 executiv
, last hour of trading. let's focus on u.s. treasury yields, marching upwards picking up where they left off friday. the ten-year at the high point, there it is, 2.89%. that is the highest level since july of 2011. now, the benchmark yield nearly doubled since may as investors grapple with when and how the feds' asset buying tapers the market. will businesses and stocks start to get hurt? keeping confidence in u.s. markets is the subject of president obama's meeting going on right now in washington on regulatory reform. the president urges top financial regulators to implement the dodd-frank reforms, and there's more than a thousand that have yet to be enacted despite being passed in congress way back in 2010. we need to get to jpmar begin, in the cross hairs of the u.s. government, this time, nothing to do with the $6 billion london wale trading scandal or complex electricity contracts. look at the stock. it is one of the laggards of the dow jones industrials. now, according to the new york times, this time it's about the bank's practice of hiring the kids of powerful chinese officials.
you tell us a little bit about the campaign? what were the factors that led to the victory? >> thank you, i am honored to be with you today. >> it is a delight to have you here. >> regarding my title, special assistant, i think it is a long story to tell you. actually, i was teaching in mainland china for eight years. >> ok. >> last year in june i left my job in china and i came back to tie line. -- taiwan, mainly for writing a book about madam [indiscernible] so, this is a challenge for me. i am very lucky that i can write a book about it. as you know, i am a student who studies the president. i base that on the ideas of her father to write this book. so, right now many koreans think she is so like her father. how come so many koreans say the same thing? just like me in this book. how are you? you know, in chinese. [speaking chinese] so, published just before the election, this is a book about the early first birthday until she became the president of korea. it concludes 5 with a more than 170 pictures. i think it is a very typical book and many people ask me, how come you find so m
. carruthers? - the electric company. - electricians? what do they want with us? - just pretend like you don't hear them. maybe they'll go away. - hmm... - mrs. carruthers? could we talk to you about the bookbinder house? - the bookbinder house? don't you mean the future home of...the francine? - ha. that's right, electric company. my mother is building me a hotel. so now if you don't mind, we have very important mother/daughter planning to attend to. - well, that's actually what we want to talk to you about. - mrs. carruthers, you may not know this, but this is the house where j.t. bookbinder wrote his famous book, "goodnight robot." - "goodnight robot"? - aren't you all a little old for children's book? - oh. yes...of course. i am much too grown up. - oh, come on. doesn't everyone love "goodnight robot"? - not me. - oh, really? you don't love the part when she goes-- - uh-uh. - yeah? you don't love the part when-- - no. uh-uh. la la la! can't hear you! - look, electricians, maybe you should all follow the example of my daughter and move away from silly childhood things. - well, that wasn't
to the southeastern united states. more rain to that area. indra is tracking this for us. it seems you have been tracking it for weeks, even months. >> the swath from the gulf of mexico to the southeast is impressive to see. they can't handle anymore of this rain. heavy rain and high winds battered much of the southeast this weekend bringing flash floods and record rainfall. check out what members of one church saw after sunday service. waist deep water covering their car doors. a foot of rain fell in less than an hour. business owners along highway 49 found water rushing into their stores. >> fire trucks are out there. >> it didn't get that much rain from katrina. >> reporter: these motor "rick's list"s were stuck. a swath of tropical moisture drenched the gulf coast to the carolinas. in miami beach, an elderly couple was killed while swimming. >> they were in cardiac arrest. we worked them to the hospital. they were pronounced dead. >> reporter: they weren't alone. they came to the aid of at least 50 swimmers. here is what we are talking ability t. tropical moisture in the yucatan over the wee
, a defense attorney speaking with amy robach offered one explanation pistorius' defense could use. >> his attention rightfully is focused on what could be an intruder and the end of his life as well as her life. >> reporter: meanwhile, police told us their case is ready. >> we are confident that what we have will come out in court, show that, indeed, mr. oscar pistorius is guilty as charged. >> reporter: he is free on bail and we could learn on monday when the trial will begin. it is expected to start sometime early next year. if pistorius is convicted he faces a life sentence with a minimum of 25 years behind bars. diana, john? >> all right, rob nelson, thank you. >>> in other news british authorities used anti-terrorism powers to detain the partner of a journalist with close links to nsa leak eer edward snowden. now, the parter of glenn greenwald was held for nine hours. greenwald called it a profound escalation of their attacks on the news gathering process and journalism. >>> from egypt, the government says suspected militants have killed 24 policemen in northern sinai. this comes jus
. this is a very fast burning type of grass here and i want to show you a map right now that shows us different fires going on around california. we have 5,000 firefighters battling blazes in calaveras, lake caster, san bernardino, humbolt. 2,000 acres burning. threatening 400 structures. right now 45% contained. we have about 900 firefighters on scene. a lot of numbers that boils down to this: bay area firefighters had to go to the fires around the state to help out. this is while the red flag warnings are up for much of the bay area. the foothills, the mountains and along the coast. >> a good portion of northern california is at risk for this combination of dry lightning and gusty winds. that with the already dry conditions is going to elevate the fire danger extremely high. >> reporter: although it's rare, we have lightning storms. this is video from lightning storms back in april. this weekend last night, overnight thunderstorms reported in the sierra nevada overnight. with all of this, cal fire is asking residents to avoid doing anything that can make their work harder. nothing that can sp
oncologist and the ceo for formosa. >> if i may start out the program by asking you, can you give us a brief background about the formosa cancer foundation? >> sure. formosa cancer foundation was established in 1997. the major purpose for this foundation is trying to set up a program, a public education program, by using the health, lifestyle and more vegetables and fruit to reduce the cancer incidence and mortality. >> what are the major foot -- the major activities and functions of the foundation? you mentioned education. do you cut out courses or promotional videotapes for people to get a better understanding for ways to have a healthy diet and therefore a healthy lifestyle? >> the major thing for the education is teach the people that cancer is a preventable disease and that we focus on the family. so we educate the mother first. in the beginning, we are training 4000 mothers. and then we found the children play a major role in the family. we asked the mother to prepare more vegetables and fruit -- for the parents, especially the father -- and we asked for the mother, especially the fath
and infrastructure. researchers estimate coastal flooding could cost annual damage of $1 trillion by the year 2050. u.s. and british researchers released a report in the journal said global warming and other factors are leading to higher tides and more flooding. they warned those who live in large cities with expanding economies and growing populations. they said economic losses from water damage could increase from year to year. authorities in some cities have taken precautions, such as reinforcing em bankments. the researchers said if such measures are not taken, annual damages around the world could reach $1 trillion by the year 2050. they said several cities are particularly vulnerable. annual flood costs in gaung schou china, could hit $13.2 billion. they said damages in mumbai, india, could reach $6.4 billion. residents of new york and other cities along the u.s. east coast were reminded of the dangers in october. hurricane sandy caused blackouts and damage over wide areas, and flooded new york's subway system. >>> brown bears lumber through the wilds of japan. by nature, most shy away from peopl
. they will also let us know within the laws were broken. the limo driver--has insisted that he did nothing wrong despite driving that legally only allowed not so many passengers. >> a limousine that carries and nine people or less had no oversight at all. >> the center stated that he will talk about a limousine safety maban that will require them to carry fire extinguishers. >> to meet a life, is valuable. >> the center told kron 4 that the legislation is set to be discussed on wednesday. and he would expect the governor to sign it and be in law by july of 2014. he wants to make sure that nothing like this happens again. >> truck drivers at the port of oakland are expected to strike today. this comes after drivers say they are unhappy with conditions at the port. in a letter to mayor jean quan, workers say they are forced to wait between six and seven hours for containers to transport-- during which they cannot leave their trucks unattended. drivers say that this causes a major setback into their driving day and a loss on revenue for the companies they work for. union leaders say workers are loo
opportunity out there or is your money better off here in the u.s. with tapering right around the corner? >>> a big week for retail earnings, folks. the sector is up about 25% so far this year. and we will tell you the one thing, the one thing that is defining the retail winners and losers, and it will surprise you. and may actually make you a little queasy when you find out. >>> and the wildfires out west, huge, fast-growing blaze sparking mandatory evacuations in idaho. sun valley, that is the area that is apparently most at risk out there. we are going to go there for the latest on the battle to contain those fires. >>> sue is out today but simon hobbs is in at the nyse. talk to me, simon. >> hi, tyler. >> on the floor of the north korea -- new york stock exchange, it's a holding pattern. you will see an outperformance from the nasdaq. that's partly because of apple, partly because of intel. a lot of the talk is about where we are on international interest rates and the ten-year in particular after we have the sell-off last week which pushed the yield up 20 basis points. we're trading
fire. >> for us to sit by and watch this happen is a violation of everything that we stood for. >> the administration is not signaling any major shift in policy. >> we're going to have a bill in egypt and have to sus. end our aid. >> it shows nothing but american weakness. >> i don't knowian senator paul is so out of wac about this. >> this all started with him say wiig don't have room for libertarian republicans. the party's big enough for both of us. >> stop, question frisk have made new york city the safest big city. >> stop and frick is abandoned will, people die? >> no question, violent crime will go up. violence is happening disproportionately enough of minority communities. >> it's a slippery slope. >> like burning down the house to rid it of mice. ♪ we open a new week with the president back in d.c. after a family vacation on martha's vineyard facing questions how his administration will handle two vital concerns to the nation. internationally, there's still a question of how america should respond to the violence against protesters in egypt as well as reports that th
government comes down on supporters of ousted president mohammed morsi. and in the u.s., members of congress remain split on whether to suspend aid to the egyptian military. >> there are no good choices in egypt. there's no good guidance. >> more than 2,000 homes are evacuated in idaho. and new information in princess diana's death. nearly 16 years after she was killed in a car crash, scotland yard says it will take another look at the case. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, august 19th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with more bloodshed in egypt. egyptian officials say suspected militants killed 25 policemen this morning in a border town on the northern sinai peninsula. there are growing calls on capitol hill to discontinue u.s. aid to egypt. while egypt's military says it won't tolerate anymore violence. ko is in washington with the details. ko? >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. clashes are also dividing leaders in washington. there are fears of an army rule. there's delicate diplomacy. egypt's military is stepping up. armies are i
militants on two police mi buses in northern cyanide left 24 policemen dead. the monday morning attack using rocket propelled grenades happened as the buses were driving through a village near the border town. three policemen were wounded and in cairo the egyptian military maintains a high presence following a weekend of clashes in the city streets. the military led government is pondering the next move after days of bloody conflict with supporters of ousted president morsi. stateside congressional leaders are trying to come up with a solution towards the u.s. providing financial aid to egypt. democrats wants to refrain from declaring it a military cue and a number of republicans say it's time for the u.s. to pull their money. also dim mats from the european union are meeting later -- later today in brussels and will talk about actions in response to the ongoing crisis in egypt. >>> here at home tomorrow will be one year since two people were killed at train derailment. almost 100 runners took pardonpart in 2 mile run to honor the lives of the 19-year- olds. the run helped both families beca
that was wrong. >> reporter: the league suspended rodriguez 211 games for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs and obstructing baseball's investigation. he appealed and this morning continues to play until his case is heard. >> every time you think the story may be nearing an end, other layer is covered. >> reporter: that next layer came this weekend after "60 minutes" reported rodriguez or those in his camp leaked names and tried to take other players down with him as baseball probed biogenesis, that florida clinic which allegedly supplied the drugs to nearly a dozen players. it's a charge a-rod vehemently denies. >> never happened and would never occur and it didn't happen. >> if, indeed, he personally ratted out on other players, that's only going to hurt his reputation and his standing in the game even more. >> reporter: and abc news has learned that former league mvp ryan braun is apparently ready to open up. sources say he could apologize publicly for using performance-enhancing drugs as early as today. now, details are starting to come out this morning as to exactly how
for being with us. we'll see you again next week on 49ers total access. >>> check out this beautiful house, a lovely place to start a family and that's exactly what rachel and brady did. this was their first home. they bought it. this is where they welcomed their two children. but just a few short years lighter this is what the home looked like. >> the door won't shut because i don't know you can tell it's off the hinges because the floor is swollen. why is the floor swollen? because she didn't report a leak. >> that's awful. now rachel and brady after the housing crisis decided to move out of this neighborhood and move their family to a new neighborhood. they didn't want to let go of the home so they rented it out to a section 8 renter meaning that the home would be subsidized by the government. that renter was in their home for just three short years. >> how did it get so bad? >> according to brady the deterioration in the house didn't happen until the last three or four months that this renter was in there and she stopped letting him come in to the house. >> this house was freaking a me
to be safe. i would do anything to protect them. anything. mr. wei used my mother and sister to persuade me to do three jobs. the first two were criminals. it wasn't difficult. what happened with the third? i couldn't do it. if i don't get back to china, my family will die. (phone ringing) alan: hello? john: alan. (in cantonese) (alan in cantonese) (john speaking) (alan speaking) meg: what was that all about? i have a passport. fix it for me. then you can go. my family is running out of time. i'll need a picture. this time it's two jobs. but it's the two of you. john is more trouble than we thought. so what's the time frame? immediate. so what made you assume that i could jack a car? lucky guess. your mother? or your father? mechanics illustrated. my father taught me how to shoot. yeah? playing cath is so impersonal. he was a general. a very important man. was? what happened to him? he was reeducated. many were beaten... ...tortured, shamed. families were punished. how did the general get reeducated? by his son. before he died, i understood what i had done to him. i promised him, i would ge
for real estate in san francisco. it is smart, they are competing and they're using their share prices. >> there are taken away from competition. >> the right time is now of the winners of torture and i ipo.to enter an ipo. twutte = =. malig >> i love you talk about the movies. this leaves a job samoan was not good. it did not do well. >e steve jobs movie did not do well. >> it was in the history about apple more than the history of steve jobs. they are expected to bring down another more they later. >> he is also helping out with this movie. >> he stated that they were being paid by other companies. i just think that ashton kosher when he's the one a romantic scene he does okay. >> the butler was the number one movie at the box office. this was the head of the weekend. >> it was a low budget film m. monday killed on this show.but it filled the show. >> what about harley davidsons.s? >> they have better lighting. they have a better and things when it comes to motorcycles. when the economy is doing well i kinda one motorcycle. >> this is starting to be a great margin because they are st
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